|Bidford-on-Avon is a large village situated on the River Avon about 6 miles downstream from
Stratford-upon-Avon. It lies on Icknield Street, which was formerly an important Roman road.
|Bidford - the "Old Falcon", a pub which is said to have been
frequented by Shakespeare. This postcard is from about 1908.
|Bidford Bridge - an early 20th century postcard.
|Bidford Church and Vicarage - a postcard with an Edward VII stamp.
|The Avon at Bidford in the early years of the 20th Century - Hollands
Refreshment Rooms are in the background.
|Bidford in what appears to be the late 1960s.
|These two images were kindly provided by Kathleen Tillinghast who grew up in Marlcliff in the 1950s before moving to California. The
postcards date from the 1950s.
|A 1910 postcard of the Bridge and the "White Lion".
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|"The Avon at Bidford" - an early 20th Century postcard.
|A 1905 postcard of Bidford.
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|A postcard of the High Street.
|This old postcard was mailed in 1902.
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